PingOne Advanced Services is a powerful solution that simplifies identity management for enterprise organizations.
This solution provides organizations with full cloud services, without compromising security or system performance. Each organization has its own dedicated cloud environment in which all resources are isolated and only available to them. Their administrators can focus on configuring access policies to meet the organization’s needs, while Ping Identity monitors and maintains the underlying platform and infrastructure.
By moving their resources to this powerful cloud solution, organizations can quickly:
- Provide secure seamless sign-on experiences — Having a highly customizable global authentication authority in place ensures that customers and workforce have simple, secure, and consistent sign-on experiences to their applications and resources.
- Comply with regulations — Many organizations handle confidential information, such as medical records, financial documents, and other sensitive data, and having a dedicated cloud infrastructure helps them comply with cloud-first and cloud-only mandates.
- Cut costs — Not only do organizations avoid large, upfront capital expenditures and lengthy procurement cycles for infrastructure and platform resources, but they also avoid paying for unused computing capacity and pay a fixed fee for their scalable service.
- Realize additional benefits — Designed with identity management best practices in mind, PingOne Advanced Services leverages cloud automation tools and capabilities, and allows organizations to automatically scale workloads to respond to business growth or surges in traffic without sacrificing performance. It also offers organizations the flexibility to determine which resources they will move to the cloud, and when migrations will occur.
Most importantly, this solution was designed for hybrid IT enterprise environments and can connect to everything, which makes it easy to migrate to PingOne Advanced Services. It uses open identity standards, like SAML, OAuth, and OpenID Connect (OIDC) to quickly onboard applications and can connect to legacy systems based on proprietary standards. This solution can also integrate with on-premise data or authentication sources, and act as either an identity provider or a service provider, which makes complex authentication flows possible and ecosystems even more secure.